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On November 6, 2014 By Morgan Morrison November 7, 2014
This past week, Taylor Swift dropped her new album 1989—and so far, it has received positive reviews from fans and critics alike. In fact, according to Billboard, 1989 is on track to sell 1.2 million copies in its opening week, qualifying the album as “platinum” under the standards set by the Recording Industry [...]Continue Reading →
Last Monday night the Washington Redskins football team needed a field goal in overtime to beat the Dallas Cowboys. When it comes to the team’s ongoing trademark litigation, however, they may need a Hail Mary to beat the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Earlier this year, the United States Patent and Trademark Trial [...]Continue Reading →
On November 4, 2014 By Anthony Jackson November 4, 2014
Although the Supreme Court has held that police officers must obtain a warrant in order to search a suspect’s cell phone upon arrest, not all police departments have gotten on board. At least one California Highway Patrol officer has been accused of stealing nude photographs [...]Continue Reading →
On November 3, 2014 By Robyn Taylor November 3, 2014
Facebook has 1.23 billion monthly users. From among these users, 7.5 million are children. To many children, Facebook is a medium to share their thoughts and photos without oversight or restraint from their parents. In fact, in their use of Facebook, many children even refuse to be “friends” with their parents. But for [...]Continue Reading →
Comcast agrees to settle 11-year-old class action antitrust suit for $50 million settlement.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals agrees to hear arguments en banc in a lawsuit over the constitutionality of the California Resale Royalties Act, potentially providing conclusions over how far California laws, [...]Continue Reading →
On October 31, 2014 By Jackson Sattell October 31, 2014
With new technology come new products, new opportunities, and—unfortunately—new problems. Few technologies pose quite the excitement, and potential for legal complication, as 3D printing. 3D printing, a technique that manufactures goods using thin layers of plastic based on written computer programs, has the potential to revolutionizeevery major industry in the world. However, as Yoshitomo Imura [...]Continue Reading →
On October 17, 2014, just days before Staples announced that it was investigating a “potential [security] issue,” President Obama signed an executive order to accelerate EMV adoption in the United States.
The hacking trend first began in November of 2013 when—a few days before Thanksgiving—Target’s security and payments system was hacked. In the first [...]Continue Reading →
Scientists are exploring the possibility of using robots to help treat the Ebola epidemic. This development, while still in its early stages, has the potential to significantly improve our Ebola response efforts. However, the use of robots in the medical field also raises legal questions, both in the United States and abroad.
Scientists are Continue Reading →
A federal district court judge dismisses an antitrust lawsuit brought by Starlight Cinemas against Regal Entertainment regarding Regal’s exclusivity agreements with major movie studios.
Getty Images announces that its copyright “enforcement policies are being ramped down.”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, reddit, and the [...]Continue Reading →
In November of last year, the JETLaw Blog reported that the FCC was reviewing its policy on blackouts. Most sports blackouts are [...]Continue Reading →
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